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divots in the sand at arm andy. joining us is ceo of better markets, dennis kelleher. good evening. thank you for joining us. >> hi, john. >> john: hi, there. it seems like hank greenberg should write a book called "the seven habits of highly despicable people." are you shocked he's doing this in daylight? >> unfortunately, you know, when you see mendacity on wall street you're only shocked because it is not criminality which they're more expert at. but i had to laugh at the commercials that i see. they're spending millions and millions of dollars trying to convince the american people that they're grateful although it is really p.r. spin. they're not just grateful but they're wonderful people. they're going to have to say thank you so much for the bailout but we're going to sue you because we really want more of your money. >> john: the world trade center was an especially egreenous twist at the end. it remindeds me of the bp commercials about how much better the gulf is now. >> without all of the oil spill they couldn't have cleaned it up as so well. >> john: god bless them. what a bunc
an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? >> john: the only news coming out of dc as 2012 came to an end was the fiscal cliff. congress working through christmas and senators having to work on new year's eve. then they finally came up with a deal on taxes so the issue can be put to rest for a long time. thank god we never have to talk about that any more. >> more taxes? >> we're talking about looking at the tax code, putting everything on the table. >> the tax issue is finished, completed. that's behind us. >> how much more revenue can we get. >> john: joining me now to discuss why we're till talking about debt and taxes and what we're not talking about as a result are comedian lee kemp, editor in chief at the contributers.com tina dupuy. and sam seder. i'll begin with you sam should we be surprised that 82% of the bush tax cuts have now been made permanent? is this really a victory? >> well, not i think for those people who feel that we need more revenue or those people who feel that this is the best way to some type of economic pro
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